well-advertised

well-advertised

adj (well advertised when postpositive)
advertised widely or interestingly in order to elicit interest
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EARLY October was the time that my loyalty to a certain well-known and well-advertised taxi firm in my local area came to an end, after one of the drivers put my four-wheeled trolley into the back of his vehicle, got me to my destination, opened the back and my trolley fell out on to the road and all of the bars fell out.
The fact that she has not been seen since would have to be a concern, but perhaps less so given the well-advertised reasons for Weld's slump in the middle of the year.
Theresa May, the British prime minster, made a well-advertised trip to Washington, as she hoped to get Trump's support for her difficult negotiation with Brussels.
Fears of oversupply Hard enough as it is to believe, publicly expressed fears of oversupply and "gimmicks" have been so well-advertised that investor behaviour for the most part has taken this into their stride.
O'Brien is responsible for three of the eight runners, including the unbeaten September, whose Chesham Stakes form has been well-advertised by runner-up Nyaleti.
The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) has well-advertised facilities on Kihim beach, which, unfortunately, suffers from regular oil spills, accumulated garbage for decades and chemical pollution.
The Indian designer, who will be taking part in Sopritti and Ensemble's Ramadan Souk in Dubai on May 13, said, "Exhibitions are well-advertised and there is a huge turn-out of shoppers.
Lakhami added: "You've had a slowdown in the economy as a result of falling oil prices, you've had some well-advertised job cuts -- the banking sector has retrenched employees -- some of the other sectors have retrenched.
I took a walk into town on Saturday afternoon to see the well-advertised Roald Dahl event.
AGCOM found that the emissions cheating amounted to "unfair commercial practice" by misleading consumers as to VW's well-advertised green credentials.
The rates should be well-advertised and better government guidance is needed.
China's interest in these areas is not an existential one to the same extent as its well-advertised interest in Taiwan.